Watch Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, explain the many benefits of being part of a doctor-led independent medical practice.
What keeps Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, motivated as a surgeon? Watch this short video to find out.
Watch Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, describe the many advantages we offer by having our own surgery center – and how patients benefit – in this short video.
Colleen hadn’t had a comprehensive eye exam for a number of years. After meeting with her primary care provider, she decided it was time to see an eye doctor. After seeing Dr. Tyson, it was determined that cataract surgery was needed. Watch Colleen share her story on her journey to clear vision.
Tower Clock Eye Center was voted Best of the Bay in the Green Bay Press-Gazette’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards competition. Tower Clock Eye Center won both categories in which it was listed – Best Eye Care and Best LASIK. This is the third year in a row that the clinic has been voted a winner. […]
Meet Jim. Watch him describe the moment he realized he needed cataract surgery, and how he came to choose Tower Clock Eye Center. Not only has his vision improved, so too has his golf game.
Last night Dr. Matt Thompson presented on laser cataract surgery at Tower Clock Surgery Center. Dr. Thompson described what patients can expect leading up to, during, and after their surgeries. He also detailed the many lens options patients have, and the benefits of each.
Watch as Chrissy describes her journey to clear vision with LASIK from Dr. Matt Thompson at Tower Clock Eye Center. As an active person, with a family, a passion for being outside and a demanding work schedule, Chrissy was looking to be free from contacts and glasses. After researching other practices, her decision was clear. […]
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Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, recently visited WBAY TV-2’s Ask the Expert to discuss how compound eye drops benefit glaucoma patients. Oftentimes, glaucoma is treated with several eye drops that help control eye pressure; Dr. Kurt explains how combining these drops in one bottle makes treatment easier and less confusing for patients.